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Auto loan interest rates slid to their lowest level in at least six years, and Americans took out a record number of loans in the third quarter.
Because of a surge in business from Black Friday, the auto industry posted its best monthly sales since February 2007.
The surge of GM shares comes as the Federal government is about to finish selling its GM stake, and is a day executives have been waiting for.
Kelley Blue Book is estimating that auto sales will be 3.6 percent higher than the day after Thanksgiving last year.
Tesla's Model S, the focus of a Federal investigation, has topped the latest owner satisfaction survey from Consumer Reports.
The Tesla CEO took to Twitter in his latest public defense of the safety of the Model S battery system.
The automaker is betting a new, world-class assembly plant in Mexico will position the Japanese automaker for a new wave of growth.
This city of 1 million people is ground zero for Nissan's expansion plans in North and South America.
A third battery fire involving a Tesla Model S raises new questions about the safety of the popular, but controversial electric car.
As Tesla shares soared, so did chatter of the electric car company reporting third-quarter earnings that might top initial estimates.
Sales of the Chevy Volt plunged 31.7 percent last month, once again raising questions about demand for the high-profile, extended-range electric vehicle.
General Motors also reported a third-quarter profit margin of 9.3 percent in North America—the highest in two years.
Consumer Reports' latest reliability survey showed an improvement at Audi, while three Toyota models were dropped from the recommended list.
The hiring is the latest sign CEO Elon Musk is focused as much on the tech engineering being incorporated in its car models.
The automaker's third-quarter earnings, which beat Wall Street estimates by a wide margin, showed improvement in Asia, Latin America and even Europe.
The automaker's claim is based on global vehicle registration data provided by the auto research firm Polk.
Lexus and Infiniti, two Japanese luxury brands with well-established reputations for quality vehicles, have received an unflattering designation from Consumer Reports.
GM plans to become the first U.S. automaker to sell a car that can run on either regular gasoline or compressed natural gas.
Thanks to a combination of aggressive lease deals and more choices for entry-level luxury, sales of Mercedes, BMW, Lexus and Cadillac are soaring.
Americans like the idea of self-driving cars.